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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Wants You to Cheer For Rich People’s Recovery — & That’s the Reason to Watch

It's hard to believe that, in 2019, a TV show has managed to make so many of us care about a once-wealthy family who've fallen on hard times and forced to find themselves again in your average, rural town. But that's the magic of Schitt's Creek — or perhaps it's the show's greatest trick. In these uncertain times, where it grows easier and easier to loathe the uber-wealthy, Schitt's Creek has offered up to us the Roses — Johnny (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O'Hara), Alexis (Annie Murphy), and …
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13 Scary Thoughts I Had Watching Beetlejuice Growing Up, Because That Sh*t Was Creepy

13 Scary Thoughts I Had Watching Beetlejuice Growing Up, Because That Sh*t Was Creepy
If you're like me, pretty much all of October is Halloween, and that means binging as many classic and not-so-classic scary movies as possible. As much as I enjoy horror films like Stephen King's It, Annabelle, and Jordan Peele's Us, it's the childhood favorites that stick with me, namely Tim Burton's chilling yet hilarious Beetlejuice. The film - which starred Winona Ryder, Geena Davis, Alec Baldwin, Catherine O'Hara, Jeffrey Jones, and Michael Keaton - was made to be hilariously terrifying, and it definitely succeeded. Does anyone else remember that freaky sandworm scene?!

Despite its crude humor and chilling '80s horror makeup, there was something haunting yet oddly soothing about the movie as a whole - which might explain why I freakin' love Lydia Deetz so much. It's been worthy of a watch every Halloween since 1988. Still, apart from the fact that my friends and I can
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Christina Aguilera Gets Delightfully Spooky Performing at Freeform's Halloween Fan Fest

Christina Aguilera Gets Delightfully Spooky Performing at Freeform's Halloween Fan Fest
It's time to get wildly spooky, with some help from Christina AguileraE! News has your exclusive first look at her performance at Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween Fan Fest, which airs this weekend, and it is just spectacularly creepy.  The song is called "Haunted Heart," and it's from the upcoming animated movie The Addams Family, which stars Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloe Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll, Snoop Dogg, Bette Midler, Allison Janney, Martin Short, Catherine O'Hara, Tituss Burgess, and Jenifer Lewis, among others.  Freeform's Fan Fest is a 90-minute special that was taped earlier in September at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, and...
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge named best comedy actress

Actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge won Lead Actress in a Comedy Series trophy at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards gala here for her role in "Fleabag.

Waller-Bridge created the show, in which she also stars.

Also Read:?Bill Hader wins Best Comedian award

"No! Oh my god, no!a she said as she took the stage.

"Thank you to be nominated with these unbelievable actresses who I've looked up to and watched and laughed with for so many it means so much. I mean that in a nice way. And this means a huge amount to me. Huge thanks again, the 'Fleabag' gang, there they are, thank you so much. I'm so supported on the show, as Harry said, it's sickening how much we all love each other. I'm so supported by this wonderful cast. A big shout-out to my acting agent who has been rooting for me literally from the very beginning,
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I Might Frame These Adorable Photos of the Schitt's Creek Cast at the Emmys

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The cast of Schitt's Creek hit the red carpet at the Emmys on Sunday night looking adorable . . . and hot, to be quite honest - we see you, Dan Levy!

The Pop TV comedy nabbed multiple Emmy nominations this year, including nods for leads Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara (who was wearing a black and white dress that would make Moira Rose proud), and many members of the hilarious ensemble cast showed up for the occasion. Fan favorites like Emily Hampshire (who plays Stevie), Sarah Levy (Twyla), and Annie Murphy (aka the great Alexis Rose) strutted their stuff in some gorgeous gowns and giggled together in front of the cameras. Talk about cute.

See some choice photos from the cast's reunion on the red carpet ahead - including glam appearances from Jennifer Robertson (Jocelyn) and Karen Robinson (Ronnie) - and then check out when you can catch season five of Schitt's Creek on Netflix!
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Why Beyoncé, Jonathan Van Ness and More Stars Missed the 2019 Emmys

Why Beyoncé, Jonathan Van Ness and More Stars Missed the 2019 Emmys
In case you missed it—but really, how could you?—at Sunday night's 2019 Emmys, the biggest names in television gathered together for an epic evening of celebration. The party kicked off early on the red carpet, where the Game of Thrones cast conquered and Zendaya absolutely slayed in an emerald gown. But that was just the beginning of the festivities. Inside, Amy Poehler and Catherine O'Hara momentarily served as the hosts we deserved; Felicity Huffman earned a shady shout-out from announcer Thomas Lennon; and Billy Porter made history as the first openly gay African-American man to win in the Lead Actor in a Drama Series category. (Plus, there were all those...
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The Emmys Didn't Have a Host, but Twitter Has a Few Ideas on Who It Should've Called

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Viewers of the Emmy Awards this year will notice one major change from years past: there's no host (although there is a "commentator"). So why did the Emmys decide to go without a host for the 2019 ceremony? There are a few reasons behind the decision, but it ultimately boiled down to a feeling that the show could actually work better without a host - something that was influenced by another major award show earlier in the year.

CNN reported from the Television Critics Association press tour about the semisurprising decision. Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier explained the choice as meant to keep focus on the nominees, rather than on the gimmicks a host often brings. "That's 15 to 20 minutes you can't use to salute those shows," he pointed out, citing the lengthy and often-mocked "bits" that drag the show out to let the host step into the spotlight. Instead, the producers
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The Emmys Didn't Have a Host, but Twitter Has a Few Ideas on Who They Should've Called

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Viewers of the Emmy Awards this year will notice one major change from years past: there's no host (although there is a "commentator"). So why did the Emmys decide to go without a host for the 2019 ceremony? There are a few reasons behind the decision, but it ultimately boiled down to a feeling that the show could actually work better without a host - something that was influenced by another major award show earlier in the year.

CNN reported from the Television Critics Association press tour about the semisurprising decision. Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier explained the choice as meant to keep focus on the nominees, rather than on the gimmicks a host often brings. "That's 15 to 20 minutes you can't use to salute those shows," he pointed out, citing the lengthy and often-mocked "bits" that drag the show out to let the host step into the spotlight. Instead, the producers
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Catherine O'Hara and Amy Poehler Are the Emmys Dynamic Duo You Never Knew You Needed

Catherine O'Hara and Amy Poehler Are the Emmys Dynamic Duo You Never Knew You Needed
Move over Batman and Robin, our new favorite dynamic duo is Catherine O'Hara and Amy Poehler. The Emmys paired the Schitt's Creek star, who was nominated for an Emmy at the 2019 ceremony, and the Russian Doll co-creator to announce the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series award. It went to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's Alex Borstein. Before presenting Borstein with the awards, Poehler and O'Hara listed these qualities: Strong, flexible, committed and focused. "These are the qualities we look for in our personal trainers," O'Hara said. "And they are also the words that describe our eight nominees' lower back tattoos," Poehler said. The duo went on to...
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Everything You Didn't See on TV at the 2019 Emmys

The 2019 Emmys have finally arrived, and E! News is bringing you all of the behind-the-scenes scoop from the ceremony! Tonight, actors from around the world have gathered at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles for the annual award show. The ceremony honors the artists for their dedicated work on TV over the last year. Among the talented nominees this year include Christina ApplegateNatasha LyonnePhoebe Waller-Bridge, Catherine O'HaraRachel Brosnahan and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who are all up for the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series award. Bill HaderAnthony AndersonTed DansonDon CheadleEugene Levy and Michael Douglas are all nominated...
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Alex Borstein's Marvelous Emmys 2019 Acceptance Speech Is Full of Girl Power

Alex Borstein's Marvelous Emmys 2019 Acceptance Speech Is Full of Girl Power
Alex Borstein's speech did not disappoint! During tonight's 2019 Emmys, all eyes were on the Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category partly because of the tough competition with so many fierce ladies. But as it turns out, presenters Amy Poehler and Catherine O'Hara had the honor of announcing Alex as the winner for her role as Susie Myerson in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. "Wow! I know a lot of people were upset last year because I wasn't wearing a bra so I want to apologize because tonight I'm not wearing any underwear," she shared at the Microsoft Theater. "So you're going to want to throw that chair out or clean it pretty good." She continued joking,...
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The Schitt's Creek Cast's Emmys Looks Are Simply the Best

It's no The Crows Have Eyes III: The Crowening, but Moira Rose (Catherine O'Hara) finally got her red carpet moment -- with the rest of the Rose family in tow -- and she couldn't have looked better.

The Schitt's Creek cast made waves on the red carpet, which was technically purple, at the Primetime

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Ew, David! Here's What You Need to Know About the Final Season of Schitt's Creek

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We enjoy the annual hiatus from Schitt's Creek about as much as David Rose enjoys polyester, but here we are, with several months to go before new episodes of the hilarious Canadian sitcom return to our screens. While we wait for the sixth season, we've got a handful of details that the cast and crew have already released. Here's what we know so far about what to expect from the next season.

When Will Season 6 Premiere?

Similarly to the past five seasons dating back to its debut in 2015, season six will kick off early into the new year! As TVLine revealed, the the 14-episode season will premiere on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

It's also worth noting that the schedule might be slightly different for viewers in the Us and those in Canada. CBC airs the episodes in Canada, and typically, Pop airs them in the Us with a slight lag time - usually just a few days.
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Schitt's Creek: Season Six; Pop TV Reveals Final Season Premiere Date

What's in store for the final season of Schitt's Creek? Pop TV just announced the premiere date for the TV show's sixth and final season.

The comedy series followed the Roses, a wealthy family who lose everything and move to the rural community of Schitt's Creek. The cast includes Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Dan Levy, Annie Murphy, Chris Elliott, Emily Hampshire, Dustin Milligan, and Sarah Levy.

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Ew, David! Here's What You Need to Know About the Final Season of Schitt's Creek

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We enjoy the annual hiatus from Schitt's Creek about as much as David Rose enjoys polyester, but here we are, with several months to go before new episodes of the hilarious Canadian sitcom return to our screens. While we wait for the sixth season, we've got a handful of details that the cast and crew have already released. Here's what we know so far about what to expect from the next season.

When Will Season 6 Premiere?

Similarly to the past five seasons dating back to its debut in 2015, season six will kick off early into the new year! As TVLine revealed, the the 14-episode season will premiere on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

It's also worth noting that the schedule might be slightly different for viewers in the Us and those in Canada. CBC airs the episodes in Canada, and typically, Pop airs them in the Us with a slight lag time - usually just a few days.
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Schitt's Creek Final Season Gets 2020 Premiere Date

Are you ready to say goodbye to Schitt's Creek?

Pop TV has announced the sixth and final season of the hit Canadian comedy series will launch Tuesday, January 7 at 9/8c.

The series recently entered the awards game, garnering four Emmy nominations. It scored a nod for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Eugene Levy scored one for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, while Catherine O'Hara is up for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

Additionally, Schitt's Creek has also garnered a nomination for Outstanding Cotemporary Costumes.

Daniel Levy, Annie Murphy, Chris Elliott, Emily Hampshire, Jennifer Robertson, Noah Reid, Dustin Milligan, Sarah Levy, and Karen Robinson also star on the series.

Related: Schitt's Creek: Coming to an End!

“Schitt’s Creek has become a pop culture phenomenon fueled by the most talented cast and the most passionate fans in all of television, and the final season is sure to be
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This Schitt's Creek Mega-Blooper Reel Is the Gift That Keeps On Giving

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If you're a fan of Schitt's Creek, you're pretty hip to the fact that practically any scene from the series is hilarious. So it stands to reason that a "mega-blooper reel" consisting of scenes from seasons one through five is quite possibly the best thing you'll watch this week.

On Aug. 16, the Emmy-nominated show's Twitter page dropped the reel, captioning the video as, "The mega-blooper-reel you've all been waiting for," and it's absolutely not wrong. The compilation of outtakes has everything from Catherine O'Hara flubbing Moira Rose's iconic wine commercial to Eugene Levy and Chris Elliot attempting to get though some innuendo-laden golf talk. (They don't quite get through it.)

the mega-blooper-reel you've all been waiting for pic.twitter.com/XP1qepgwvq

- Schitt's Creek (@SchittsCreek) August 16, 2019

Check out the video above and try not to cry laughing at Emily Hampshire's sheer horror when Elliot has a little nose drip.
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This Schitt's Creek Mega-Blooper Reel Is the Gift That Keeps On Giving

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This Schitt's Creek Mega-Blooper Reel Is the Gift That Keeps On Giving
If you're a fan of Schitt's Creek, you're pretty hip to the fact that practically any scene from the series is hilarious. So it stands to reason that a "mega-blooper reel" consisting of scenes from seasons one through five is quite possibly the best thing you'll watch this week.

On Aug. 16, the Emmy-nominated show's Twitter page dropped the reel, captioning the video as, "The mega-blooper-reel you've all been waiting for," and it's absolutely not wrong. The compilation of outtakes has everything from Catherine O'Hara flubbing Moira Rose's iconic wine commercial to Eugene Levy and Chris Elliot attempting to get though some innuendo-laden golf talk. (They don't quite get through it.)

the mega-blooper-reel you've all been waiting for pic.twitter.com/XP1qepgwvq

- Schitt's Creek (@SchittsCreek) August 16, 2019

Check out the video above and try not to cry laughing at Emily Hampshire's sheer horror when Elliot has a little nose drip.
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The Addams Family Trailer #2 Brings Halloween's First Family to New Jersey

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The Addams Family Trailer #2 Brings Halloween's First Family to New Jersey
The Addams Family trailer is here and it puts the focus on the eccentric kooky family's latest adventure. We're about to see one of America's favorite clans as they move to New Jersey and into today's modern world. The first full-length trailer finds the family out of place and out of step with avenger ordinary folk, so they have a bit to learn while teaching the people around them about accepting differences at the same time. All of the family's charm from the original TV show is on full display, but with a modern twist.

The first family of Halloween, The Addams Family, is back on the big screen in the first animated comedy about the kookiest family on the block. Funny, outlandish, and completely iconic, The Addams Family redefines what it means to be a good neighbor. The animated movie stars Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloe Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard,
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Schitt's Creek Stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara Go Way Back

Fans of the cult-fave comedy Schitt's Creek know Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara as beleaguered former video store mogul Johnny Rose and his delightfully dramatic wife, Moira Rose. The CBC/Pop comedy isn't the first time the duo have worked together, though. They've worked together since the 1970s (when they met as young comedians) and starred opposite each other in multiple movies, and now they are both nominated in the lead actor categories at the Emmys this year, ahead of Schitt's Creek's sixth and final season. It's a sweet continuation of a decades-long friendship - check out some of their best moments together in the gallery ahead!
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